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Charles C. ChaseChicago Title and Trust Co. dates back more than 150 years through the succession of several firms and corporations that were engage in the abstract and title business in Cook County, Illinois.

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In 1868, Charles C. Chase entered the firm, which became Chase Brothers & Co., one of the three abstract businesses in Chicago at the time of the Great Fire of 1871.
 James H. Rees of Chicago Title Insurance
James H. Rees, a prominent real estate man, joined law clerk Edward A. Rucker in 1847 in Chicago's first land title abstract business. Carrying on alone after Rucker's departure from the abstract business in 1850, he partnered with Samuel B. Chase in 1852. The firm of Rees & Chase later became Chase Brothers, upon Rees' departure.
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An early advertisement dating back to 1847.Although the original of this photograph is unlabelled, resemblances with other portraits in the Chicago Title and Trust Co. archives strongly suggest that these gentleman are the three Chase Brothers. From left to right are Horace G. Chase, Samuel B. Chase and Charles C. Chase, circa 1894.